NUREMBERG, Germany, March 24 (Reuters) - Shareholders in German wiring harness and cable specialist Leoni will have to do without a dividend for 2009 after the company suffered the worst results in its good 90-year history. Leoni, which is entangled in an EU probe, booked a net loss of 138 million euros ($185.5 million) -- the second time it sank into the red since it was founded. [ID:nLDE61O1HD] Shareholders, which were paid 0.20 euros per share last year, also were left without a ...
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